Published: Nov 21, 2021
More U.S. adults who do not already have children are saying they are unlikely to ever have them, a new Pew Research Center survey finds - findings that could draw renewed attention to the risks of declining birthrates for industrialized nations.
Published: Nov 06, 2021
COVID-19 is far from the only danger of the worldwide pandemic for Asian Americans and Asian people in the United States, a sociologist said at the Diversity Forum held by the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison).
Published: Oct 27, 2021
WASHINGTON - Senate Democrats this week are preparing to propose a new tax increase that would raise billions of dollars from a handful of the richest Americans, attempting to create perhaps the most narrowly focused tax policy in postwar history.
Published: Sep 23, 2021
WASHINGTON - The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday authorized a Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus booster shot for people 65 and older and adults at risk of severe illness, an effort to bolster protection for the most vulnerable Americans against the highly transmissible delta variant of the virus.
Published: Sep 16, 2021
COVID-19 deaths and cases in the United States have climbed to levels not seen since last winter, wiping out months of progress and potentially bolstering President Bidens argument for sweeping new vaccination requirements, media reported.
Published: Aug 29, 2021
They had signed up to do their part, to heal a country - their own - that had not known a moment of peace in their entire lives. Rylee McCollum wanted to become a history teacher, but only after doing what he could as a Marine to serve his country. Hunter Lopez knew this was what he wanted since he was 11 years old. Ryan Knauss knew it in second grade.
Published: Aug 19, 2021
President Joe Biden said Wednesday in an interview with ABC News George Stephanopoulos that U.S. troops will stay in Afghanistan beyond Aug. 31 if necessary to evacuate any remaining Americans who wish to leave the country.